Unified Inbox acquires US Startup Smak to build LifeModes® into its Unified Communications and Social Collaboration PlatformUnified Inbox the social communication and collaboration platform, today announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Boston-based Smak (previously available at mysmak.com), for an undisclosed sum.
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Named a Gartner “Cool Vendor” in Unified Communications and Collaboration Technologies, UIB is a global software and services company. We invented the UnificationEngine® intelligent IoT messaging platform to solve the problem of how to talk to cloud-connected software, services, chatbots, and devices. Available now, global enterprises use UnificationEngine to transform their businesses’ results and government authorities, including smart cities, use UnificationEngine to transform their citizens’ lives.
Adding our UnificationEngine-powered SmartContact® to your smartphone’s address book, allows you to talk to any connected “thing” or service on over 20 of the world’s most popular communications platforms, including email, SMS, smart speakers, social media messaging and chat apps (including WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, WeChat, and many more).
Our intelligent IoT messaging is helping home appliance manufacturers, hospitality companies, telecommunications providers, airlines, hospitals, and others to increase their revenues, decrease their costs, and delight their users. With a SmartContact in your smartphone’s address book, you can talk via natural language voice and instant messaging to any device on any channel in any language with or without the device’s native mobile app or a virtual assistant.
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